Manual and Automatic Drive Train Axles WVEIS by sanmelody

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									Manual and Automatic Drive Train Axles                                                                                    WVEIS 1635

This course will introduce students to the manual/automatic drive train and axle systems of the automobile. Areas of study include;
clutch diagnosis and repair, manual transmission diagnosis and repair, manual transaxle diagnosis and repair, diagnosis and repair
of universal and constant-velocity (CV) joint, ring and pinion gears and differential case assembly, limited slip differential diagnosis
and repair, four-wheel drive/all wheel drive component diagnosis and repair, automatic transmission/transaxle diagnosis,
maintenance and adjustment, oil pump and converter diagnosis and repair, inspect and repair manual gear train, shafts, bushings
and case, and inspect and repair automatic gear train, shafts, bushings and case. Group and individual activities engage students
in problem-solving techniques and manipulative skills while completing industry related activities. Safety instruction is integrated
into all activities. Students are encouraged to become active members of SkillsUSA, the national student organization for those
enrolled in Automotive Technology. SkillsUSA is an integral component of the program and provides curricular opportunities that
enhance student achievement. The West Virginia Standards for 21 st Century Learning include the following components: 21st
Century Content Standards and 21st Century Learning Skills and Technology Tools. All West Virginia teachers are responsible for
classroom instruction that integrates learning skills, technology tools, and content standards and objectives.

Grade 10-Adult      Manual and Automatic Drive Train Axles
Standard: 1         Clutch Diagnosis and Repair
ET.S.MADT.1         Students will:
                        summarize the elements of the clutch system.
                        examine and analyze systems.
                        evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                        demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives          Students will
ET.O.MADT.1.1       diagnose clutch noise, binding, slippage, pulsation, and chatter problems; determine needed repairs.
ET.O.MADT.1.2       inspect, adjust, or replace clutch pedal linkage, cables, automatic adjuster mechanisms, brackets, bushings,
                    pivots, springs, hydraulic clutch slave and master cylinders, lines, and hoses.
ET.O.MADT.1.3       inspect, adjust or replace release (throw-out) bearing, lever and pivot, crankshaft pilot bearing or bushing (as
                    applicable), clutch pressure plate assembly and clutch disc.
ET.O.MADT.1.4       inspect, repair, and service or replace flywheel and ring gear, and measure flywheel-to-block runout and
                    crankshaft end play; determine needed repairs.
ET.O.MADT.1.5       inspect engine block, clutch (bell) housing, and transmission case mating surfaces; measure clutch (bell)
                    housing bore-to-crankshaft runout and face squareness; determine needed repairs.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.1)
                Above Mastery                                       Mastery                                Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and         The student demonstrates competent and       The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive and       proficient performance and shows a           inconsistent performance of
sophisticated application of knowledge and       thorough and effective application of        fundamental knowledge and skills
skills that exceed the standard in clutch        knowledge and skills that meet the           characterized by errors and/or
diagnosis and repair. The student can            standard in clutch diagnosis and repair.     omissions in clutch diagnosis and
effectively perform the following: diagnose      The student can adequately perform the       repair. The student needs further
clutch noise and chatter problems; inspect,      following: diagnose clutch noise and         development and supervision in the
adjust, or replace clutch pedal linkage,         chatter problems; inspect, adjust, or        following: diagnose clutch noise and
cables, automatic adjuster mechanisms,           replace clutch pedal linkage, cables,        chatter problems; inspect, adjust, or
brackets, bushings, pivots, springs,             automatic adjuster mechanisms,               replace clutch pedal linkage, cables,
hydraulic clutch slave, master cylinders,        brackets, bushings, pivots, springs,         automatic adjuster mechanisms,
lines, and hoses; inspect, adjust, or replace    hydraulic clutch slave, master cylinders,    brackets, bushings, pivots, springs,
release (throw-out) bearing, lever, and pivot,   lines, and hoses; inspect, adjust, or        hydraulic clutch slave, master cylinders,
crankshaft pilot bearing or bushing (as          replace release (throw-out) bearing, lever   lines, and hoses; inspect, adjust, or
applicable), clutch pressure plate assembly      and pivot, crankshaft pilot bearing or       replace release (throw-out) bearing,
and clutch disc; service or replace flywheel     bushing (as applicable), clutch pressure     lever and pivot, crankshaft pilot bearing
and ring gear; measure flywheel-to-block         plate assembly and clutch disc; service or   or bushing (as applicable), clutch
runout and crankshaft end play; inspect          replace flywheel and ring gear; measure      pressure plate assembly and clutch
engine block, clutch (bell) housing, and         flywheel-to-block runout and crankshaft      disc; service or replace flywheel and
transmission case mating surfaces; and           end play; inspect engine block, clutch       ring gear; measure flywheel-to-block
measure clutch (bell) housing bore-to-           (bell) housing, and transmission case        runout and crankshaft end play; inspect
crankshaft runout and face squareness and        mating surfaces; and measure clutch          engine block, clutch (bell) housing, and
determine needed repairs. The student can        (bell) housing bore-to-crankshaft runout     transmission case mating surfaces; and
evaluate and submit recommendations for          and face squareness and determine            measure clutch (bell) housing bore-to-
the repair procedure(s). The student can         needed repairs. Application of knowledge     crankshaft runout and face squareness
independently solve problems and is self-        and skills is thorough and effective, and    and determine needed repairs.
directed.                                        the student can work independently.          Performance needs further development
                                                                                              and supervision.
Standard: 2         Manual Transmission Diagnosis and Repair
ET.S.MADT.2         Students will:
                        summarize the elements of the manual transmission system.
                        examine and analyze systems.
                        evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                        demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives          Students will
ET.O.MADT.2.1       diagnose transmission noise, hard shifting, jumping out of gear, and fluid leakage problems; determine needed
                     repairs.
ET.O.MADT.2.2        inspect, adjust, and replace transmission shift linkages, brackets, bushings, cables, pivots, and levers; and
                     inspect, replace, and align power train mounts.
ET.O.MADT.2.3        inspect and replace transmission gaskets, seals, and sealants; inspect sealing surfaces.
ET.O.MADT.2.4        remove, disassemble, clean, reassemble transmission components, and reinstall transmission.
ET.O.MADT.2.5        inspect, adjust, and reinstall transmission shift cover, forks, grommets, levers, shafts, sleeves, detent
                     mechanisms, interlocks, and springs; and nspect lubrication devices (oil pump or slingers).
ET.O.MADT.2.6        inspect and replace speedometer drive gear, driven gear, vehicle speed sensor (VSS), and retainers.
ET.O.MADT.2.7        inspect, repair, and replace extension housing and transmission case mating surfaces, bores, bushings, and
                     vents.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.2)
               Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                 Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and The student demonstrates competent                The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive          and proficient performance and shows a inconsistent performance of fundamental
and sophisticated application of knowledge thorough and effective application of           knowledge and skills characterized by
and skills that exceed the standard in          knowledge and skills that meet the         errors and/or omissions in manual
manual transmission diagnosis and repair. standard in manual transmission                  transmission diagnosis and repair. The
The student can effectively perform the         diagnosis and repair. The student can      student needs further development and
following: diagnose transmission noise,         adequately perform the following:          supervision in the following: diagnose
hard shifting, jumping out of gear, and fluid diagnose transmission noise, hard            transmission noise, hard shifting, jumping
leakage problems; adjust and replace            shifting, jumping out of gear, and fluid   out of gear, and fluid leakage problems;
transmission shift linkages and                 leakage problems; adjust and replace       adjust and replace transmission shift
components; align power train mounts;           transmission shift linkages and            linkages and components; align power train
replace transmission gaskets, seals, and        components; align power train mounts;      mounts; replace transmission gaskets,
sealants; disassemble and reassemble            replace transmission gaskets, seals,       seals, and sealants; disassemble and
transmission components; reinstall              and sealants; disassemble and              reassemble transmission components;
transmission; inspect lubrication devices;      reassemble transmission components;        reinstall transmission; inspect lubrication
replace speedometer drive gear, driven          reinstall transmission; inspect            devices; replace speedometer drive gear,
gear, vehicle speed sensor (VSS), and           lubrication devices; replace               driven gear, vehicle speed sensor (VSS),
retainers; and inspect and replace              speedometer drive gear, driven gear,       and retainers; and inspect and replace
extension housing and transmission case         vehicle speed sensor (VSS), and            extension housing and transmission case
mating surfaces, bores, bushings, and           retainers; and inspect and replace         mating surfaces, bores, bushings, and
vents. The student can evaluate and             extension housing and transmission         vents. Performance needs further
submit recommendations for the repair           case mating surfaces, bores, bushings, development and supervision.
procedure(s). The student can                   and vents. Application of knowledge
independently solve problems and is self-       and skills is thorough and effective, and
directed.                                       the student can work independently.
Standard: 3          Manual Transaxle Diagnosis and Repair
ET.S.MADT.3          Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the manual transaxle system.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                          evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                          demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives           Students will
ET.O.MADT.3.1        diagnose transaxle noise, hard shifting, jumping out of gear, and fluid leakage problems; determine needed
                     repairs.
ET.O.MADT.3.2        inspect, adjust, and reinstall transaxle shift linkages, brackets, bushings, cables, pivots, and levers; and inspect
                     and reinstall power train mounts.
ET.O.MADT.3.3        inspect and replace transaxle gaskets, seals, and sealants; inspect sealing surfaces.
ET.O.MADT.3.4        remove and reinstall transaxle and replace final drive.
ET.O.MADT.3.5        inspect, adjust, and reinstall transaxle shift cover, forks, levers, grommets, shafts, sleeves, detent mechanism,
                     interlocks and springs, input (clutch) shaft and bearings, output shaft, gears, thrust washers, bearings, and
                     retainers.
ET.O.MADT.3.6        measure end play or preload (shim or spacer selection procedure) on transaxle shafts; adjust as needed.
ET.O.MADT.3.7        inspect and reinstall synchronizer hub, sleeve, keys (inserts), springs, and blocking rings, reverse idler gear,
                     shaft, bearings, thrust washers, and retainers.
ET.O.MADT.3.8        inspect transaxle case, mating surfaces, bores, bushings, and vents.
ET.O.MADT.3.9        inspect and reinstall speedometer drive gear, driven gear, vehicle speed sensor (VSS), and retainers; inspect,
                     measure, adjust, and reinstall differential pinion gears (spiders), shaft, side gears, side bearings, thrust
                     washers, and case assembly; and inspect lubrication devices (oil pump or slingers).
ET.O.MADT.3.10 diagnose differential assembly noise and vibration problems; determine needed repairs.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.3)
                Above Mastery                                       Mastery                                  Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and         The student demonstrates competent            The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive and       and proficient performance and shows a inconsistent performance of fundamental
sophisticated application of knowledge and       thorough and effective application of         knowledge and skills characterized by
skills that exceed the standard in manual        knowledge and skills that meet the            errors and/or omissions in manual
transaxle diagnosis and repair. The student standard in manual transaxle diagnosis transaxle diagnosis and repair. The
can effectively perform the following:           and repair. The student can adequately student needs further development and
diagnose transaxle noise, hard shifting,         perform the following: diagnose               supervision in the following: diagnose
jumping out of gear, and fluid leakage           transaxle noise, hard shifting, jumping       transaxle noise, hard shifting, jumping out
problems; adjust and reinstall transaxle shift out of gear, and fluid leakage problems; of gear, and fluid leakage problems;
linkages and supporting components;              adjust and reinstall transaxle shift          adjust and reinstall transaxle shift
inspect and reinstall power train mounts;        linkages and supporting components;           linkages and supporting components;
inspect and replace transaxle gaskets and        inspect and reinstall power train             inspect and reinstall power train mounts;
seals; remove and reinstall transaxle and        mounts; inspect and replace transaxle        inspect and replace transaxle gaskets
replace final drive; measure end play or         gaskets and seals; remove and reinstall and seals; remove and reinstall transaxle
preload (shim or spacer selection                transaxle and replace final drive;           and replace final drive; measure end play
procedure) on transaxle shafts; inspect and      measure end play or preload (shim or         or preload (shim or spacer selection
reinstall synchronizer hub and related           spacer selection procedure) on               procedure) on transaxle shafts; inspect
components; inspect and reinstall                transaxle shafts; inspect and reinstall      and reinstall synchronizer hub and related
speedometer drive gear, driven gear, vehicle     synchronizer hub and related                 components; inspect and reinstall
speed sensor (VSS), and retainers; reinstall     components; inspect and reinstall            speedometer drive gear, driven gear,
differential pinion gears (spiders), shaft, side speedometer drive gear, driven gear,         vehicle speed sensor (VSS), and
gears, side bearings, thrust washers, and        vehicle speed sensor (VSS), and              retainers; reinstall differential pinion gears
case assembly; and inspect lubrication           retainers; reinstall differential pinion     (spiders), shaft, side gears, side bearings,
devices (oil pump or slingers). The student      gears (spiders), shaft, side gears, side     thrust washers, and case assembly; and
can evaluate and submit recommendations          bearings, thrust washers, and case           inspect lubrication devices (oil pump or
for the repair procedure(s). The student can     assembly; and inspect lubrication            slingers). Performance needs further
independently solve problems and is self-        devices (oil pump or slingers).              development and supervision.
directed.                                        Application of knowledge and skills is
                                                 thorough and effective, and the student
                                                 can work independently.
Standard: 4          Diagnosis and Repair of Universal and Constant-Velocity (CV) Joint
ET.S.MADT.4          Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the CV and U-joint system.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                          evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                          demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives           Students will
ET.O.MADT.4.1        diagnose constant-velocity (CV) joint/ universal joint noise and vibrations problems; determine needed repairs.
ET.O.MADT.4.2        diagnose front wheel drive (FWD) front wheel bearing noise and vibration problems.
ET.O.MADT.4.3        inspect, service, and replace shafts, yokes, boots, and shaft center support bearings.
ET.O.MADT.4.4        examine and correct shaft balance; measure shaft runout; and measure and adjust driveline angles.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.4)
                Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                   Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and         The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive and       proficient performance and shows a             inconsistent performance of
sophisticated application of knowledge and       thorough and effective application of          fundamental knowledge and skills
skills that exceed the standard in diagnosis     knowledge and skills that meet the             characterized by errors and/or
and repair of universal and Constant-            standard in diagnosis and repair of            omissions in diagnosis and repair of
Velocity (CV) joint. The student can             universal and Constant-Velocity (CV)           universal and Constant-Velocity (CV)
effectively perform the following: diagnose      joint. The student can adequately            joint. The student needs further
CV joint/ universal joint noise and vibrations perform the following: diagnose CV joint/      development and supervision in the
problems; diagnose front wheel drive             universal joint noise and vibrations         following: diagnose CV joint/ universal
(FWD), front wheel bearing noise, and            problems; diagnose front wheel drive         joint noise and vibrations problems;
vibration problems; service and replace          (FWD), front wheel bearing noise, and        diagnose front wheel drive (FWD), front
shafts, yokes, boots, and shaft center           vibration problems; service and replace      wheel bearing noise, and vibration
support bearings; correct shaft balance;         shafts, yokes, boots, and shaft center       problems; service and replace shafts,
measure shaft runout; and adjust driveline       support bearings; correct shaft balance;     yokes, boots, and shaft center support
angles. The student can evaluate and             measure shaft runout; and adjust             bearings; correct shaft balance;
submit recommendations for the repair            driveline angles. Application of             measure shaft runout; and adjust
procedure(s). The student can                    knowledge and skills is thorough and         driveline angles. Performance needs
independently solve problems and is self-        effective, and the student can work          further development and supervision.
directed.                                        independently.
Standard: 5          Ring and Pinion Gears and Differential Case Assembly
ET.S.MADT.5          Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the differential system.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                          evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                          demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives           Students will
ET.O.MADT.5.1        diagnose ring and pinion gears noise and vibrations and fluid leakage problems.
ET.O.MADT.5.2        inspect/replace companion flange and pinion seal; measure companion flange runout.
ET.O.MADT.5.3        inspect ring gear, pinion gear, spacers, sleeves, bearings, and measure runout. Measure and adjust drive
                     pinion depth, pinion bearing preload, side bearing preload, pinion gear total backlash, and backlash variation on
                     a differential carrier assembly (threaded cup and shim types).
ET.O.MADT.5.4        disassemble, inspect, measure, and adjust, or replace differential pinion gears (spiders), shaft, side gears, side
                     bearings, thrust washers, and case. Check ring and pinion tooth contact patterns; adjust as needed.
ET.O.MADT.5.5        reassemble and reinstall differential case assembly; measure runout; make needed adjustments.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.5)
                Above Mastery                                      Mastery                                  Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and         The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive and       proficient performance and shows a           inconsistent performance of
sophisticated application of knowledge and       thorough and effective application of        fundamental knowledge and skills
skills that exceed the standard in ring and      knowledge and skills that meet the           characterized by errors and/or
pinion gears and differential case assembly. standard in ring and pinion gears and            omissions in ring and pinion gears and
The student can effectively perform the          differential case assembly. The student      differential case assembly. The student
following: diagnose ring and pinion gears        can adequately perform the following:        needs further development and
noise and vibrations; replace companion            diagnose ring and pinion gears noise and supervision in the following: diagnose
flange and pinion seal; inspect gears,             vibrations; replace companion flange and ring and pinion gears noise and
spacers, sleeves, bearings and measure             pinion seal; inspect gears, spacers,          vibrations; replace companion flange
runout; measure and adjust drive pinion            sleeves, bearings and measure runout;         and pinion seal; inspect gears, spacers,
depth, pinion bearing preload, side bearing        measure and adjust drive pinion depth,        sleeves, bearings and measure runout;
preload and pinion gear total backlash and         pinion bearing preload, side bearing          measure and adjust drive pinion depth,
backlash variation on a differential carrier       preload and pinion gear total backlash        pinion bearing preload, side bearing
assembly; replace various gears, washers,          and backlash variation on a differential      preload and pinion gear total backlash
and bearings; reassemble and reinstall             carrier assembly; replace various gears,      and backlash variation on a differential
differential case assembly; and measure            washers, and bearings; reassemble and         carrier assembly; replace various
runout and make needed adjustments. The reinstall differential case assembly; and                gears, washers, and bearings;
student can evaluate and submit                    measure runout and make needed                reassemble and reinstall differential
recommendations for the repair                     adjustments. Application of knowledge         case assembly; and measure runout
procedure(s). The student can                      and skills is thorough and effective, and     and make needed adjustments.
independently solve problems and is self-          the student can work independently.           Performance needs further development
directed.                                                                                        and supervision.
Standard: 6          Limited Slip Differential, Diagnosis, and Repair
ET.S.MADT.6          Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the limited slip differential system.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                          evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                          demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives           Students will
ET.O.MADT.6.1        diagnose noise, slippage, and chatter problems; determine needed repairs.
ET.O.MADT.6.2        inspect and flush differential housing; refill with correct lubricant.
ET.O.MADT.6.3        inspect and reinstall clutch (cone or plate) components.
ET.O.MADT.6.4        measure rotating torque; determine needed repairs.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.6)
             Above Mastery                                     Mastery                                     Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates                   The student demonstrates competent and           The student demonstrates basic but
exceptional and exemplary                  proficient performance and shows a               inconsistent performance of fundamental
performance with distinctive and           thorough and effective application of            knowledge and skills characterized by errors
sophisticated application of               knowledge and skills that meet the               and/or omissions in limited slip differential,
knowledge and skills that exceed the standard in limited slip differential,                 diagnosis, and repair. The student needs
standard in limited slip differential,     diagnosis, and repair. The student can           further development and supervision in the
diagnosis, and repair. The student         adequately perform the following: diagnose following: diagnose noise, slippage, and
can effectively perform the following:     noise, slippage, and chatter problems;           chatter problems; inspect and flush
diagnose noise, slippage, and chatter inspect and flush differential housing; refill      differential housing; refill with correct
problems; inspect and flush               with correct lubricant; inspect and reinstall   lubricant; inspect and reinstall clutch (cone or
differential housing; refill with correct clutch (cone or plate) components; and          plate) components; and measure rotating
lubricant; inspect and reinstall clutch   measure rotating torque. Application of         torque. Performance needs further
(cone or plate) components; and           knowledge and skills is thorough and            development and supervision.
measure rotating torque. The student effective, and the student can work
can independently solve problems          independently.
and is self-directed.
Standard: 7           Diagnosis and Repair of Axle Shafts
ET.S.MADT.7           Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the axle system.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                          evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                          demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives            Students will
ET.O.MADT.7.1         diagnose rear axle shafts, bearings, and seals for noise, vibration, and fluid leakage problems; determine
                      needed repairs.
ET.O.MADT.7.2         remove and replace rear axle shafts and inspect and replace rear axle shaft wheel studs.
ET.O.MADT.7.3         inspect, measure rear axle flange runout, shaft end play, and replace rear axle seals, bearings, and retainers.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.7)
                Above Mastery                                       Mastery                                  Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and          The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive and        proficient performance and shows a            inconsistent performance of
sophisticated application of knowledge and        thorough and effective application of         fundamental knowledge and skills
skills that exceed the standard in diagnosis      knowledge and skills that meet the            characterized by errors and/or
and repair of axle shafts. The student can        standard in diagnosis and repair of axle      omissions in diagnosis and repair of
effectively perform the following: diagnose       shafts. The student can adequately            axle shafts. The student needs further
for noise, vibration, and fluid leakage           perform the following: diagnose for noise, development and supervision in the
problems; replace rear axle shafts; replace       vibration, and fluid leakage problems;        following: diagnose for noise, vibration,
rear axle shaft wheel studs; and replace rear replace rear axle shafts; replace rear axle and fluid leakage problems; replace rear
axle shaft seals, bearings, and retainers.        shaft wheel studs; and replace rear axle      axle shafts; replace rear axle shaft
The student can evaluate and submit               shaft seals, bearings, and retainers.         wheel studs; replace rear axle shaft
recommendations for the repair                    Application of knowledge and skills is        seals, bearings, and retainers.
procedure(s). The student can                     thorough and effective, and the student       Performance needs further development
independently solve problems and is self-         can work independently.                       and supervision.
directed.
Standard: 8           Four-Wheel Drive/All Wheel Drive Component Diagnosis and Repair
ET.S.MADT.8          Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the four wheel /all wheel drive systems.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                          evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                          demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives           Students will
ET.O.MADT.8.1        diagnose noise, vibration, and unusual steering problems; determine needed repairs.
ET.O.MADT.8.2        inspect, adjust, and repair shifting controls (mechanical, electrical, and vacuum), bushings, mounts, levers, and
                     brackets.
ET.O.MADT.8.3        remove, disassemble, service, and reassemble transfer case and components, and reinstall transfer case.
ET.O.MADT.8.4        inspect, service, and/or replace front-wheel bearings and locking hubs.
ET.O.MADT.8.5        inspect viscous coupling assembly and check drive assembly seals and vents; check lube level.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.8)
                Above Mastery                                        Mastery                                  Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and          The student demonstrates competent and          The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive and        proficient performance and shows a              inconsistent performance of
sophisticated application of knowledge and        thorough and effective application of           fundamental knowledge and skills
skills that exceed the standard in four-wheel knowledge and skills that meet the                  characterized by errors and/or
drive/all wheel drive component diagnosis         standard in four-wheel drive/all wheel drive omissions in four-wheel drive/all wheel
and repair. The student can effectively           component diagnosis and repair. The             drive component diagnosis and repair.
perform the following: diagnose noise,            student can adequately perform the              The student needs further
vibration, and unusual steering problems;         following: diagnose noise, vibration, and       development and supervision in the
adjust and repair shifting controls; service      unusual steering problems; adjust and           following: diagnose noise, vibration,
and reassemble transfer case and                  repair shifting controls; service and           and unusual steering problems; adjust
components; service and replace front-            reassemble transfer case and components; and repair shifting controls; service
wheel bearings and locking hubs; inspect          service and replace front-wheel bearings        and reassemble transfer case and
viscous coupling assembly; and check drive and locking hubs; inspect viscous coupling components; service and replace
assembly seals, vents and lube level. The         assembly; and check drive assembly seals, front-wheel bearings and locking hubs;
student can evaluate and submit                   vents and lube level. Application of            inspect viscous coupling assembly;
recommendations for the repair                    knowledge and skills is thorough and            and check drive assembly seals, vents
procedure(s). The student can                     effective, and the student can work             and lube level. Performance needs
independently solve problems and is self-         independently.                                  further development and supervision.
directed.
Standard: 9          Automatic Transmission/Transaxle Diagnosis, Maintenance, and Adjustment
ET.S.MADT.9          Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the automatic transmission/transaxle system.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                           evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                           demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.

Objectives            Students will
ET.O.MADT.9.1         interpret and verify drivers complaint, diagnose noise and vibrations problems, verify proper engine operation,
                       diagnose unusual fluid usage, level, and condition problems.
ET.O.MADT.9.2         perform stall tests, perform lock-up converter system tests, and determine needed repairs.
ET.O.MADT.9.3         diagnose electronic, mechanical, and vacuum control systems, and determine needed repairs.
ET.O.MADT.9.4         inspect, adjust, or replace manual shift valve and throttle (TV) linkages or cables, and check gear select
                      indicator (as applicable).
ET.O.MADT.9.5         inspect, repair, and replace governor assembly.
ET.O.MADT.9.6         inspect, measure, clean, and replace valve body (includes surfaces and bores, springs, valves, sleeves,
                      retainers, brackets, check-ball, screens, spacers, and gaskets); check/adjust valve body bolt torque.
ET.O.MADT.9.7         inspect servo bore, piston, seals, pin, spring, and retainers; repair or replace as needed.
ET.O.MADT.9.8         inspect accumulator bore, piston, seals, spring, and retainer; repair or replace as needed.
ET.O.MADT.9.9         inspect, test, adjust, repair or replace transmission related electrical and electronic components (includes
                      computers, solenoids, sensors, relays, switches, and harnesses).
ET.O.MADT.9.10 inspect, replace, align power train mounts.
ET.O.MADT.9.11 inspect and replace parking brake shaft, spring, and retainer.
ET.O.MADT.9.12 remove and reinstall transmission and torque converter (rear-wheel drive).
ET.O.MADT.9.13 remove and reinstall transaxle and torque converter assembly.
ET.O.MADT.9.14 disassemble, clean, and inspect and reassemble transmission/transaxle.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.9)
              Above Mastery                                         Mastery                                    Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional            The student demonstrates competent and           The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                  proficient performance and shows a thorough inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application       and effective application of knowledge and       fundamental knowledge and skills
of knowledge and skills that exceed the         skills that meet the standard in automatic       characterized by errors and/or
standard in automatic                           transmission/transaxle diagnosis,                omissions in automatic
transmission/transaxle diagnosis,               maintenance, and adjustment. The student transmission/transaxle diagnosis,
maintenance, and adjustment. The                can adequately perform the following:            maintenance, and adjustment. The
student can effectively perform the             interpret and verify driver complaints;          student needs further development and
following: interpret and verify driver          diagnose noise and vibrations problems;          supervision in the following: interpret
complaints; diagnose noise and                  verify proper engine operation; diagnose fluid and verify driver complaints; diagnose
vibrations problems; verify proper engine problems; perform stall tests; perform lock-up noise and vibrations problems; verify
operation; diagnose fluid problems;             converter system tests; diagnose various         proper engine operation; diagnose fluid
perform stall tests; perform lock-up            control systems; adjust or replace manual        problems; perform stall tests; perform
converter system tests; diagnose various shift valve and throttle (TV) linkages; repair  lock-up converter system tests;
control systems; adjust or replace          and replace governor assembly; service       diagnose various control systems;
manual shift valve and throttle (TV)        valve body; check/adjust valve body bolt     adjust or replace manual shift valve and
linkages; repair and replace governor       torque; inspect and adjust related           throttle (TV) linkages; repair and replace
assembly; service valve body;               components; replace and align power train    governor assembly; service valve body;
check/adjust valve body bolt torque;        mounts; reinstall transmission and torque    check/adjust valve body bolt torque;
inspect and adjust related components;      converter (rear-wheel drive); reinstall      inspect and adjust related components;
replace and align power train mounts;       transaxle and torque converter assembly;     replace and align power train mounts;
reinstall transmission and torque           and disassemble and reassemble               reinstall transmission and torque
converter (rear-wheel drive; reinstall      transmission/transaxle. Application of       converter (rear-wheel drive); reinstall
transaxle and torque converter              knowledge and skills is thorough and         transaxle and torque converter
assembly; and disassemble and               effective, and the student can work          assembly; and disassemble and
reassemble transmission/transaxle. The independently.                                    reassemble transmission/transaxle.
student can evaluate and submit                                                          Performance needs further development
recommendations for the repair                                                           and supervision.
procedure(s). The student can
independently solve problems and is
self-directed.
Standard: 10         Oil Pump and Converter Diagnosis and Repair
ET.S.MADT.10         Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the oil pump and converter system.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                          evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                          demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives           Students will
ET.O.MADT.10.1 inspect converter flex plate, attaching parts, pilot and pump drive, and seal areas.
ET.O.MADT.10.2 measure torque converter end play and check for interference; check stator clutch.
ET.O.MADT.10.3 inspect, measure, and replace oil pump housings, shafts, vanes, rotors, gears, valves, seals, and bushings.
ET.O.MADT.10.4 examine torque converter and transmission cooling system for contamination and flush if needed.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.10)
                Above Mastery                                     Mastery                              Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and        The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive and      proficient performance and shows a        inconsistent performance of
sophisticated application of knowledge and      thorough and effective application of     fundamental knowledge and skills
skills that exceed the standard in oil pump     knowledge and skills that meet the        characterized by errors and/or
and converter diagnosis and repair. The         standard in oil pump and converter        omissions in oil pump and converter
student can effectively perform the following: diagnosis and repair. The student can      diagnosis and repair. The student
inspect pump and converter components;          adequately perform the following: inspect needs further development and
measure torque converter end play; check        pump and converter components;            supervision in the following: inspect
stator clutch; measure and replace oil pump measure torque converter end play;            pump and converter components;
components; and check torque converter          check stator clutch; measure and replace measure torque converter end play;
and transmission cooling system for             oil pump components; and check torque     check stator clutch; measure and
contamination. The student can evaluate         converter and transmission cooling        replace oil pump components; and
and submit recommendations for the repair       system for contamination. Application of  check torque converter and
procedure(s). The student can                   knowledge and skills is thorough and      transmission cooling system for
independently solve problems and is self-       effective, and the student can work       contamination. Performance needs
directed.                                       independently.                            further development and supervision.
Standard: 11         Inspect and Repair Manual Gear Train System and Components
ET.S.MADT.11         Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the manual gear train, shafts, bushings, and case system.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                          evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                          demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives           Students will
ET.O.MADT.11.1 examine end play, preload, inspect, measure, and replace thrust washers and bearings.
ET.O.MADT.11.2 inspect bushings, oil delivery seal rings, ring grooves, and sealing surface areas; replace as needed.
ET.O.MADT.11.3 inspect and measure planetary gear assembly (includes sun, ring gear, thrust washers, planetary gears, and
                     carrier assembly); replace as needed.
ET.O.MADT.11.4 inspect cases, bores, passages, bushings, vents, and mating surfaces; replace as needed.
ET.O.MADT.11.5 inspect, measure, repair, adjust or replace transaxle final drive components.
ET.O.MADT.11.6 inspect and reinstall parking pawl, shaft, spring, and retainer; replace as needed.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.11)
                Above Mastery                                     Mastery                              Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and        The student demonstrates competent and The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive and      proficient performance and shows a         inconsistent performance of
sophisticated application of knowledge and      thorough and effective application of      fundamental knowledge and skills
skills that exceed the standard in inspecting knowledge and skills that meet the           characterized by errors and/or
and repairing manual gear train system and standard in inspecting and repairing            omissions in inspecting and repairing
components. The student can effectively         manual gear train system and               manual gear train system and
perform the following: check end play or        components. The student can                components. The student needs further
preload, measure, and replace thrust            adequately perform the following: check    development and supervision in the
washers and bearings; inspect and replace       end play or preload, measure, and          following: check end play or preload,
bushings and seal rings; measure planetary replace thrust washers and bearings;            measure, and replace thrust washers
gear assembly; inspect and replace cases,       inspect and replace bushings and seal      and bearings; inspect and replace
bores, passages, bushings, vents, and           rings; measure planetary gear assembly; bushings and seal rings; measure
mating surfaces; and adjust or replace          inspect and replace cases, bores,          planetary gear assembly; inspect and
transaxle final drive components. The           passages, bushings, vents, and mating      replace cases, bores, passages,
student can evaluate and submit                 surfaces; and adjust or replace transaxle bushings, vents, and mating surfaces;
recommendations for the repair                  final drive components. Application of     and adjust or replace transaxle final
procedure(s). The student can                   knowledge and skills is thorough and       drive components. Performance needs
independently solve problems and is self-       effective, and the student can work        further development and supervision.
directed.                                       independently.
Standard: 12         Inspect and Repair Automatic Gear Train System and Components
ET.S.MADT.12         Students will:
                          summarize the elements of the automatic gear train, shafts, bushings, and case systems.
                          examine and analyze systems.
                          evaluate the proper operation of the system.
                          demonstrate proper repair/replacement techniques.
Objectives           Students will
ET.O.MADT.12.1 inspect clutch drum, piston, check-balls, springs, retainers, seals, and friction and pressure plates, clutch pack
                     clearance, and inspect bands and drums; replace as needed.
ET.O.MADT.12.2 perform air test operation of clutch and servo assemblies.
ET.O.MADT.12.3 inspect roller and sprag clutch, races, rollers, sprags, springs, cages, and retainers; replace as needed.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.12)
               Above Mastery                                     Mastery                                Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional and The student demonstrates competent and            The student demonstrates basic but
exemplary performance with distinctive        proficient performance and shows a           inconsistent performance of
and sophisticated application of knowledge thorough and effective application of           fundamental knowledge and skills
and skills that exceed the standard in        knowledge and skills that meet the           characterized by errors and/or
inspecting and repairing automatic gear       standard in inspecting and repairing         omissions in inspecting and repairing
train system and components. The                 automatic gear train system and                automatic gear train system and
student can effectively perform the              components. The student can adequately         components. The student needs further
following: inspect and replace various           perform the following: inspect and replace     development and supervision in the
components of an automatic grear train           various components of an automatic grear       following: inspect and replace various
system; air test operation of clutch and         train system; air test operation of clutch and components of an automatic grear train
servo assemblies; and inspect roller and         servo assemblies; and inspect roller and       system; air test operation of clutch and
sprag clutch, races, rollers, sprags,            sprag clutch, races, rollers, sprags, springs, servo assemblies; and inspect roller and
springs, cages, and retainers and replace        cages, and retainers and replace as            sprag clutch, races, rollers, sprags,
as needed. The student can evaluate and needed. Application of knowledge and                    springs, cages, and retainers and
submit recommendations for the repair            skills is thorough and effective, and the      replace as needed. Performance needs
procedure(s). The student can                    student can work independently.                further development and supervision.
independently solve problems and is self-
directed.
Standard: 13          Participating in the Student Organization
ET.S.MADT.13          Students will participate in a local student organization.
Objectives            Students will
ET.O.MADT.13.1 identify the purposes and goals of the student/professional organization.
ET.O.MADT.13.2 explain the benefits and responsibilities of participation in student/professional/civic organization as an adult
ET.O.MADT.13.3 demonstrate leadership skills through participation in student/professional/civic organization activities such as
                      meetings, programs, and projects.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.13)
             Above Mastery                                        Mastery                                    Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional The student demonstrates competent and                     The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with               proficient performance and shows a thorough        inconsistent performance of
distinctive and sophisticated application and effective application of knowledge and            fundamental knowledge and skills
of knowledge and skills that exceed the skills that meet the standard in participating in       characterized by errors and/or
standard in participating in a student       a student organization. The student identifies     omissions in participating in a student
organization. The student examines           the purposes and goals of the student              organization. The student identifies the
the purposes, goals, benefits, and           organization. The student explains the             purposes and goals of the student
responsibilities of participation in a       benefits and responsibilities of participation in  organization. The student explains the
professional organization. The student an organization. The student demonstrates                benefits and responsibilities of
demonstrates leadership skills through leadership skills through participation in               participation in an organization. The
participation in activities such as          student activities such as meetings, programs, student demonstrates leadership skills
meetings, programs, and projects. The and projects. Application of knowledge and                through participation in student activities
student can independently solve              skills is thorough and effective, and the student such as meetings, programs, and
problems and is self-directed.               can work independently.                            projects. Performance needs further
                                                                                                development and supervision.
Standard: 14          Literacy and Numeracy
ET.S.MADT.14          Students will demonstrate the literacy and numeracy skills required to solve complex, real-world problems
                      associated with their career/technical content area and improve their thinking and reasoning skills.
Objectives            Students will
ET.O.MADT.14.1 utilize a variety of technical sources (e.g., Internet, manuals, journals, directions, reports, etc.) to complete
                      career/technical assignments and projects.
ET.O.MADT.14.2 demonstrate writing skills required to complete career/technical assignments and projects.
ET.O.MADT.14.3 demonstrate accuracy in calculating and measuring graphical work required to complete career/technical
                      assignments and projects.
ET.O.MADT.14.4 analyze tables, charts, graphs and multiple data sources to complete career/technical assignments and
                      projects.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.14)
              Above Mastery                                   Mastery                                 Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional         The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with               and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of      knowledge and skills characterized by
of knowledge and skills that exceed the      knowledge and skills that meet the        errors and/or omissions in literacy and
standard in literacy and numeracy. The       standard in literacy and numeracy. The numeracy. The student selects a variety
student chooses a variety of technical       student utilizes a variety of technical   of technical sources (e.g., Internet,
sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,            sources (e.g., Internet, manuals,         manuals, journals, directions, reports,
journals, directions, reports, etc.) to      journals, directions, reports, etc.) to   etc.) to complete career/technical
complete career/technical assignments        complete career/technical assignments assignments and projects; reproduces
and projects; performs writing skills        and projects; demonstrates writing skills writing skills required to complete
required to complete career/technical        required to complete career/technical     career/technical assignments and
assignments and projects;                    assignments and projects;                 projects; illustrates accuracy in
communicates accuracy in calculating         demonstrates accuracy in calculating      calculating and measuring graphical work
and measuring graphical work required        and measuring graphical work required required to complete career/technical
to complete career/technical                 to complete career/technical              assignments and projects; and explains
assignments and projects; and                assignments and projects; and             tables, charts, graphs and multiple data
evaluates tables, charts, graphs and         analyzes tables, charts, graphs and       sources to complete career/technical
multiple data sources to complete            multiple data sources to complete         assignments and projects. Performance
career/technical assignments and             career/technical assignments and          needs further development and
projects. The student can independently projects. Application of knowledge and         supervision.
solve problems and is self-directed.         skills is thorough and effective and the
                                             student can work independently.
                           st
Standard: 15            21 Century Learning Skills
ET.S.MADT.15            The student will
                             access and manipulate information for use in oral, written, or multimedia format using appropriate
                                technology skills.
                               apply sound reasoning processes to solve complex real-world problems and develop new ideas.
                               exhibit leadership and ethical behavior in planning and executing tasks, as an individual or a
                                group member.
Objectives              Students will
ET.O.MADT.15.1          search online using a range of technology tools and media to access relevant information needed for
                        problem solving.
ET.O.MADT.15.2          create information for oral, written, and multimedia communications, adhering to copyright laws.
ET.O.MADT.15.3          engage in problem solving and critical thinking processes to create and evaluate complex strategies in
                        order to independently solve problems.
ET.O.MADT.15.4          adapt to new situations by considering multiple perspectives and a commitment to continued learning.
ET.O.MADT.15.5          exhibit ethical behavior and positive leadership while working collaboratively in the school and/or
                        community.
ET.O.MADT.15.6          model legal and ethical behaviors in the use of technology.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.15)
              Above Mastery                                       Mastery                               Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional          The student demonstrates competent         The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with                and proficient performance and shows       inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of        knowledge and skills characterized by
of knowledge and skills that exceed the       knowledge and skills that meet the         errors and/or omissions in 21st century
               st                                              st
standard in 21 century learning skills.       standard in 21 century learning skills.    learning skills. The student explains
The student assesses online technology The student searches online using a               online technology tools and media to
tools and media to access relevant            range of technology tools and media to access relevant information needed for
information needed for problem solving; access relevant information needed for problem solving; identifies information for
critiques information for oral, written,      problem solving; creates information for oral, written, and multimedia
and multimedia communications,                oral, written, and multimedia              communications, adhering to copyright
adhering to copyright laws; integrates        communications, adhering to copyright      laws; discusses problem solving and
problem solving and critical thinking         laws; engages in problem solving and       critical thinking processes to create and
processes to create and evaluate              critical thinking processes to create and evaluate complex strategies in order to
complex strategies in order to                evaluate complex strategies in order to independently solve problems; discusses
independently solve problems; interprets independently solve problems; adapts            new situations by considering multiple
new situations by considering multiple        to new situations by considering           perspectives and a commitment to
perspectives and a commitment to              multiple perspectives and a                continued learning; reviews ethical
continued learning; incorporates ethical      commitment to continued learning;          behavior and positive leadership while
behavior and positive leadership while        exhibits ethical behavior and positive     working collaboratively in the school
working collaboratively in the school         leadership while working collaboratively and/or community; and describes legal
and/or community; and reinforces legal        in the school and/or community; and        and ethical behaviors in the use of
and ethical behaviors in the use of           models legal and ethical behaviors in      technology. Performance needs further
technology. The student can                   the use of technology. Application of      development and supervision.
independently solve problems and is          knowledge and skills is thorough and
self-directed.                               effective and the student can work
                                             independently.
Standard: 16          Entrepreneurship Skills
ET.S.MADT.16          Students will access the opportunities, concepts, processes, and personal traits/behaviors associated with
                      successful entrepreneurial performance.
Objectives            Students will
ET.O.MADT.16.1 assess global trends in entrepreneurship that are related to their career/technical program.
ET.O.MADT.16.2 determine entrepreneurial opportunities in venture creation related to their career/technical program.
ET.O.MADT.16.3 examine desirable entrepreneurial personality traits.
Performance Descriptors (ET.PD.MADT.16)
              Above Mastery                                   Mastery                                Partial Mastery
The student demonstrates exceptional         The student demonstrates competent        The student demonstrates basic but
and exemplary performance with               and proficient performance and shows      inconsistent performance of fundamental
distinctive and sophisticated application a thorough and effective application of      knowledge and skills characterized by
of knowledge and skills that exceed the      knowledge and skills that meet the        errors and/or omissions in
standard in entrepreneurship skills. The standard in entrepreneurship skills. The entrepreneurship skills. The student lists
student critiques global trends in           student assesses global trends in         global trends in entrepreneurship that are
entrepreneurship that are related to their entrepreneurship that are related to        related to their career/technical program;
career/technical program; evaluates          their career/technical program;           describes entrepreneurial opportunities in
entrepreneurial opportunities in venture     determines entrepreneurial                venture creation related to their
creation related to their career/technical opportunities in venture creation related career/technical program; and identifies
program; and assesses desirable              to their career/technical program; and    desirable entrepreneurial personality
entrepreneurial personality traits. The      examines desirable entrepreneurial        traits. Performance needs further
student can independently solve              personality traits. Application of        development and supervision.
problems and is self-directed.               knowledge and skills is thorough and
                                             effective and the student can work
                                             independently.

								
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